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Old Yesterday, 11:08 AM   #51
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Aguila,I suggest the question how many laws are already on the books to address preventing these shootings?

Are these laws flawed? Ineffective? Or is the issue execution? Unmotivated,or incompetent,or CYA or a contrary philosophy?

There are so many laws no one can know what is lawful.

If the only tool you have is a hammer,everything looks like a nail.

Make more punishable and raise taxes. The fix for everything.

It was back in the 80's ? maybe...I read J Edwards Deming's book "Out of the Crisis" It was about Quality,and transforming industry and manufacturing.

I think a key was something like a "Shewart" cycle? Like you first study,gather data,identify a root cause,make a change then MEASURE THE RESULTS.

How about we make it so if a law does not deliver the results t goes away>

Our system of laws is a hoarder house. So much worthless clutter we have no freedom to move.

The Rahm Emmanuel plan to exploit crisis is similar to the chaos Deming described as coming from "tampering" with the process.Like the folks who use a thermostat for an ON/OFF switch.Feel a chill?Crank it to 85. To warm? turn it down to 65.

Crisis and emotion make for very bad law.

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